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Controlling PINS connectivity of IC

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rajeetharan

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i need a IC for the purpose of Controlling PINS connectivity.

through arduino if i set 1 for the input of the IC it has to connect a desired ( Digital ) input and desired output ( Digital ) pin of IC.
If i set 0 as the input of IC it has to disconnect those 2 pins.

Is there any ICs to implement this ???
 

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You mean something like 74HC244 (8-bit buffer/line driver with 3-state outputs)

Note than the enable pins are active low, I'm not sure if this is a problem for you
 

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yes it can be implemented ( and with 4011 too ).
Is there any ICs which can handle upto 1A.
 

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Are you sure that you are talking about control of digital inputs, 1A can't be handled by a microcontroller pin nor a 74HCxxx chip, you can use a discrete mosfet or smart switch
 

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